Estimated average speeds for the transportation of Ukrzaliznytsia grain carriers will increase several times from April 1, Railway Supply magazine reports, citing the CFTS. The average speed of transportation of a grain carrier in export traffic through seaports will increase to 315 km/day for block shipments. This is more than 2 times higher than in March (then the figure was 148 km/day).

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For wagon shipments, the speed increased by 14 km – from 136 to 150 km / day. The same shipments, but in domestic and import communications, will be accelerated by more than three times – from 63 to 204 km / day. For block shipments, an increase of almost 100 km is recorded – from 195 to 293 km / day.

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In addition, a significant increase in average speeds is also observed for converted gondola cars. In particular, the transportation of this type of rolling stock in domestic and import traffic for group shipments in April will be more than three times faster than in March – 168 versus 52 km / day.

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